I have been to weymouth many times and stayed at waterside but this seemed way over priced so went for an haven site. Check in was easy, Caravan was beautiful. The site wasnt to big or busy the only downside was the drinks were a rip off £5.20 for a glass of wine but there are 2 pubs off the site in walking distance. We caught the bus into weymouth for £3 return and you can find food and drink at good prices in town. The Nothe Fort is still good to visit £15 for 2 adults & 2 children. Weymouth is always a lovely place to visit even now with teenagers, a great holiday would definitely use this park again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Great for:• Green play space • Swimming pools and Lazy River• Rural and relaxing atmosphereAre you looking for an open park with its own green playing field, a river running through the middle and a secluded woodland walk? Then look no further than Weymouth Bay. If you and your kids get all hot and sticky exploring our park, then we’ve got a pretty impressive pair of indoor and outdoor pools you might be interested in jumping into. If you manage to tear your family away from our adventure playground and the Lazy River then you could spend the day at the beach, just over a mile away. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Weymouth Bay Holiday Park Hotel Weymouth
- Weymouth Bay Holiday Park - Haven Dorset